Shara Morris

Shara Morris

Independent Producer

Shara Morris is an LA-based audio producer. Her work has appeared on NPR’s Latino USA, Only a Game, and Bullseye with Jesse Thorn, APM’s Marketplace, PRI’s America Abroad, WNYC’s Sooo Many White Guys, Transmitter FM, KCRW’s Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Sounds L.A., and Press Play, Panoply's Happier with Gretchen Rubin, KQED’s The California Report, KPCC’s The Frame and All Things Considered, and many more.

She's launched four podcasts from scratch including Panoply's Girlboss Radio and Maximum Fun's Webby-nominated Adam Ruins Everything. Both podcasts charted the iTunes podcast charts. She also produced a five-episode miniseries podcast for Midroll Media hosted by TIME magazine columnist Joel Stein. Currently she's producing Panoply's Battle Scars, a collection of stories from veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan.

Shara Morris on KCRW

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Conrad Guzman, now retired, lives in his San Pedro house that overlooks his livelihood: the ocean. He worked as a longshoreman and foreman for over 50 years and witnessed the…

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